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To upload a file from your mobile device, you will need to have already saved it to a cloud storage app, such as Google drive or Dropbox.

1. Sign into your Livewello account
2. Select the “Genetics” tab, then “Variance reports”
3. Purchase the gene app
4. Click the upload button
5. A popup will appear displaying your cloud storage options e.g. Dropbox, Google Drive
6. Select your file and upload. ..more

VDR Taq has a minor allele (MAF) of "G":
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...

Here are some studies that reference VDR Taq (rs731236):

"We observed that women with GG (rs731236), ... were characterized by a significant correlation between vitamin D vs testosterone concentration and FAI value. We found a significant correlation between testosterone level and FAI vs vitamin D concentration in men with heterozygote AG in the rs731236 polymorphism"
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...

"The VDR polymorphism, TaqI (rs731236), was associated with a 26 % risk reduction (TT vs. CC, OR 0.74)"
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...

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1) Get a Standard Health Report. Go to https://livewello.com/snps and upload your raw data gene results file.

How does the Livewello App work with your Genetic Raw Data?
https://docs.google.com/a/l...

2) Get a Healthcare Practitioner who is qualified and understands Epigenetics.
Share your Report with your Healthcare Practitioner
Since a software application doesn't know your unique symptoms, your other functional lab levels and a host of your other important health variables, it would be unsafe for it to dispense a safe treatment plan without this information. What you'll need next is ... ..more

For most people a Variance report with only 300 SNPs doesn't paint a complete picture.As such, they will need to delve deeper into their genome to figure out what is going on. Most people do not realize that their 23andMe Raw Data comes with 600,000 Disease related SNPs. All of which have research being added to the PubMed Database almost daily. Every Gene in your Livewello Report has a live connection to up-to-date research information from PubMed, SNPedia, WikiGenes, Malacards, GHR, Medline, OMIM, dbSNP, Ensembl and Google Scholar. New information and Research is being added almost daily ... ..more

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What is SNP Sandbox?

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The Sandbox tool is for creating an unlimited number of customized Health Reports with your raw data from 23andMe AncestryDNA or most other personal genomics testing companies. You can use it to create a customized report based on any Gene or SNP name you want added to it. It works best once you upload your raw data file.

This tool allows you to add thousands of SNPs of YOUR choice to your Report. You can use it to add SNPs to your Report that are not in your Standard Variance Report. So, if you've received your 23andMe, Ancestry, FTDNA ... ..more

Published by Frank Marshall · March 26, 2015 at 2:12pm

The Compare Reports Tool allows you to view and compare up to 5 different people's Gene variance reports side-by-side. Comparing your Gene Reports provides side-by-side comparison with other profiles like the friends or family members in your LiveWello Account.

This tool is for those who have received their Gene results from 23andMe AncestryDNA or almost any other Gene Testing company.

Before you can do this, please make sure that:



--Everyone has generated the same Livewello Gene report you want to compare.


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First, generate your 23andMe Gene Report by uploading your Raw Data to: https://livewello.com/snps

Then, share your #Livewello gene report with your Doctor (or anyone else):
- Go to your online gene variance report at: https://livewello.com/snps
- Just above the report there is a URL in a text box. Copy this URL and paste it into an email to your doctor
- When your Doctor (or anyone else) clicks on this link, they will be taken to a page which displays your report.
[They will be unable to view any other records in your Livewello account unless you ... ..more

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First, generate your 23andMe Gene Report by uploading your Raw Data to: https://livewello.com/snps

Then, share your #Livewello gene report with your Doctor (or anyone else):
- Go to your online gene variance report at: https://livewello.com/snps
- Just above the report there is a URL in a text box. Copy this URL and paste it into an email to your doctor
- When your Doctor (or anyone else) clicks on this link, they will be taken to a page which displays your report.
[They will be unable to view any other records in your Livewello account unless you ... ..more

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If it is not already in the Gene Library https://livewello.com/snps/... then:

1) Go to https://livewello.com/gwas Read about the GWAS tool If a condition is not listed there, solid research connecting genes to that health condition, have not been found or made.

2) Type in the health condition slowly and you'll start to see options pull up. Select the appropriate one. Results showing rsIDs and Genes will pull up. If you'd like a detailed report, we suggest you go through each PubMed citation and click the "Read Pubmed Citation" button. It will open ... ..more

Your #Livewello gene variance report is ready a few minutes after you connect your Raw Data to it. To view it, go to https://livewello.com/snps/... to view your Gene Report

You can also start using these free tools that come with your App purchase:
Gene Library: https://livewello.com/snps/... to view other Gene tables you might find helpful
SNP Sandbox: https://livewello.com/snps/... to create Gene reports based on a health condition or Gene Name
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Blank or missing SNPs on your #Livewello report could be due to any of the following: 

1) The raw data was prepared by a genotype chip that did not contain those missing SNPs. For example In Novenber 2013, 23andMe changed the chip they use in processing genetic raw data. Even though the #LiveWello App still works with the old Chip(s), the number of SNPs on the current V4 Chip decreased from 9000,000 to 600,000 SNPs. This decrease in reported SNPs, affects anyone that returned their test kit as of Nov/Dec 2013. Since Livewello can only generate ... ..more

does this report give any different info than the others http://metabolichealing.com... ..more

The #Livewello gene variance app was updated to version 2.0 in May 2014. Some users that generated their report using an older version of the app, might notice a blank page the first time they log back into Livewello. If you notice this, send an email to support@livewello.com so we can reset the app for you. ..more

The most likely reason for this is that you have multiple #Livewello accounts and the one you used in purchasing the gene variance app is different from the one you're currently using.

If this is not the case, send an email to support@livewello.com along with a copy of your PayPal receipt.
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The most likely reason for these differences is the choice of minor allele used by the app to determine phenotype.

The criteria seems to be constantly changing, probably because this a relatively new and rapidly evolving field of science. To quote openbioinformatics.org:

"One obvious problem with this coding scheme is that one must know the "forward strand" with certainty, but this is usually not the case. Even for the well studied human genome, there are still many holes to be filled. It is possible that a sequence is assembled into the forward strand in 2004 human genome assembly, but ... ..more

Yes. Your #LiveWello Gene App does not just come with a color coded Variance report.
It also comes with the added functionality of the SNP Sandbox tool, which is designed to give you the power to access more than 600,000 SNPs on your 23andMe raw data genome. At the moment, you can technically create a variance report for up to 297,00 SNPs. This makes LiveWello even easier and more resourceful for our users.
As new correlations are made between diseases and specific genes, you will need an App that can keep up with this research information with frequent ... ..more

In the new gene variance report, you can export your report to a folder in your account, or download it as a PDF to your desktop and print. Just click on the Print button above any report and select your print preferences.

When you print a report from the new #Livewello gene variance app, and you check the option to "Print Gene Definitions", your report will also contain definitions obtained directly from NCBI's Gene database. ..more

To generate a #Livewello gene variance report for someone else, create a new profile for them or have them share their profile with you. Select their profile. Purchase the app for them follow the same process you used in generating your own report. ..more

We update our Gene Variance App quite frequently, and with many exciting tools to help you make the most of your 23andMe report. To learn about these changes as soon as they occur, join our Facebook page: facebook.com/livewello Make sure you click on “Get Notifications”

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